Tips on keeping a healthy smile.
Good oral hygiene is more than just keeping your teeth white. Maintaining good oral health combats gum disease prevents receding gum lines and helps your tooth enamel stay strong. Gum tissue and tooth enamel, while different, are the same one major way – neither can grow back.
Unlike your skin and bones that heal after injury, once your gumline begins to recede, it will not regenerate naturally. Receding gums can be painful, leaving your tooth’s root exposed to bacteria creating further issues like tooth decay or gum disease. And like your gums, while tooth enamel is the strongest tissue in your body, once it’s gone, it’s gone.
Your neighborhood endodontist at Endodontics in Cranberry wants you to start off the new year with a healthy smile. So, let’s check out a few tips to help you maintain and improve your oral health.
Good oral health hygiene is simple, yet sometimes overlooked. Many do not realize the total effect it has on your overall health. If you want to get in shape, you see a trainer. If you’re suffering from a health condition, you see your PCP. Your friendly Cranberry Endodontist, Doctor Semashko, hopes your teeth and gums are treated with just as much care as the rest of your body.
If you are suffering from oral health issues, don’t wait any longer! Ask about our painless root canal services in Cranberry. We treat friends and neighbors from all over the Greater Pittsburgh area. Call Endodontics in Cranberry at 724-452-7080 for an appointment and we’ll help get your oral health back on track in no time!